Tuvok is a commission officer with Starfleet Federation who before the Voyager series has begun has been inserted into the Maquis. When the Maquis ship that Tuvok had infiltrated disappeared within the Badlands, Captain Kathryn Janeway is assigned to find out what has happened to the Maquis. Tuvok is the only Vulcan who is dark-skinned in the main canon.
Once both the Voyager and the Maquis crew have escaped from the Caretaker, it is then that Tuvok reveals his identity and takes his place back onboard the Voyager. Despite him being a traitor to the Maquis, he is not the subject of any revenge attacks and is admired by everyone.
Before Tim Russ was able to land the role of Tuvok, he had played a number of small parts in previous episodes and films. He played a Klingon in Invasive Procedures helping a Trill kidnap and steal the Symbiont in Jadzia Dax. He has also played a unnamed Lieutenant in Star Trek VII, Generations film and also in the episode Starship Mine.
The Mirror Universe is another universe within the multiverse. James Kirk was first to visit it in the original series. When Benjamin Sisko visits it after being kidnapped by Miles O'Brien, Benjamin will come face to face with mirror version of Tuvok. Tuvok is a member of the resistance and is not part of any Voyager mission.
When both Kathryn Janeway and Chakotay are infected by a virus, the two senior members of the crew maroon themselves on an hospitable planet. Tuvok is promoted to Captain of the USS Voyager and continue on their way.
Tuvok training would tell him to carry on without the senior members but he is persuaded to contact the Vidiians for a cure. Eventually Tuvok agrees to the request from the other members of the crew and contact the Vidiians. Danara Pel, the Vidiian that they the crew had befriended gives Voyager the cure for the disease. Kathryn and Chakotay resume their duties.
A transporter malfunction has caused the bodies of both Neelix and Tuvok to be merged and become Tuvix. The crew especially Janeway is confronted with a dilemma when it is revealed that the Tuvix can be separated back into two people. Initially Tuvix doesn't want to be split but is eventually persuaded otherwise and Tuvix becomes two people again.
|Allegiance||The USS Voyager|
|Last Updated||Monday, March 18, 2019|
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